[CRPT020] Mike.D - Tiempo De Vida EP incl. Moldovan Remix (Review) » nightclubber.ro
post image

This is a very satisfying moment for Carpathian Sounds for their 20th release.

The Record Label presents a very special reference mixing stratospheric sounds, insane monitoring atmospheres and uprights motions composed in the most elegant ways by the talented producer ‘Mike.D’, alongside an outstanding classy Remix version by ‘Moldovan’.

You will appreciate Mike D. own smart vision at ‘Tiempo De Vida’, a singular track characterized by solid deep groove followed by load-bearing melodies…an original mix of sensual and stylish sounds, really exhilarating!

“Entre Lineas” track will delight us with integrated electric textures with warm and sensual vocals on the background, a structure whose flow comes out in unexpected and multiple drops that keep you on dancing.

On his 3rd original song, Mike D. has really set the tone with ‘Camino Recto’ creating a raw mesmerising cut by enveloping basslines and atmospheres supported by charm groove…dedicated to rominimal house music lovers.

To end the chapter, ‘Moldovan’ best known for his joyful and experienced rhythms, delivers a powerful remix version of ”Tiempo De Vida” track.It’s a romanian trippy anthem which made it’s rounds built to hit bodies and minds.

Moldovan delves into break-minimal psychedelia to great emoctions his dreamy tunes is the embodiment of every positive emotion you have ever experienced.

Each cut of the EP is a strong roller, be sure about.

Related posts

Lucca Tan – How Many Drops EP feat. Markus Homm, Stephan Bazbaz, Daktari Remixes (Tanny Records)

Melbourne-based record label Tanny Records is back with another sizzler. Lucca Tan is behind the original and remixes come from…

Various Artists – Sensory Vol.2 feat. SIT, Cali Lanauze, Maher Daniel, Mike Shannon (Opulence) (Review)

Opulence is back once again with another volume in its superb Sensory series. Once again it knocks it out of…

Modat – Music For The Contrarian (Review)

Scottish producer Modat has earned something of a cult following over the past few years thanks to a string of…

Noha – The Midnight Zone EP (Panick Panick!) (Review)

Panick Panick! mark their tenth label offering here, with Italian label head Noha turning in a new four tracker that…